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  • SKINHEADS
  • The 1960’s Subculture, Pop Culture and Counter Culture
  • Firstly...Skinhead is not about colour, race, religion, national origin, or anything of the sort. It is a brotherhood of individuals who share the same passions... View slide
  • In the late 1960s, some skinheads in the United Kingdom (including black skinheads) had engaged in violence against South Asian immigrants (an act known as Paki bashing in common slang). There had, however, also been anti-racist and leftist skinheads since the beginning of the subculture, especially in Scotland and northern England. View slide
  • In the beginning...Skinheads were seen as a non-racist group of people who were Although ORIGINALLY they were seen as non-racists they were later only recognisedknown for their interest infashion, music and the “rude and portrayed in the media as violentboy” lifestyle that came from Jamaica. racists as the subculture grew withinAlthough they were seen as “rowdy and Britain. Paki Bashing began and this minority of “skin heads” who were involvedviolent” by nature most of their created this negative view of skin headsaggression was directed at the upper class. because they were the most vocal and noticeable to the public. Football teams were made up of the They are labelled as Neo-Nazis “lower class” skin heads and the upper and some skin heads joined the class kids whereby fighting kicked off and National Front Political party; a gave skin heads their reputation. “whites only” party... Which has now given skinheads a stereotypical view of being violent racists.
  • How were they identified?Skinheads are maybe the easiest group of the past to identify. Not only do they have the haircut of a‘skin head’ they also dress the same too, bomber jackets jeans and high boots. In the style of a skin head these are the Tattoos have been popular among many skinheads since things you can do to prove you are one.. at least the 1970s revival. In Cut or shave your hair (optional). 1980s Britain, some skinheads Find appropriate pants or skirts. had tattoos on their faces or Wear knit shirts. foreheads, although the Add suspenders, or braces (optional). practice has since fallen out of Wear a coat or a hoodie favour. Some skinheads get Find skinhead footwear. tattoos with images or text Add shoelaces. related to the skinhead Wear socks. subculture in Wear a hat. general, bands, affiliations or their beliefs. In the 1960s, many female skinheads had mod-style haircuts. During the 1980s skinhead revival, many female skinheads had feather cuts (known as a Chelsea in North America). A feather cut is short on the crown, with fringes at the front, back and sides. Some female skinheads have a shorter punk-style version of the hairstyle; almost entirely shaved, leaving only bangs and fringes at the front. Same as men, with addition of dress suits— composed of a ¾-length jacket and matching short skirt. Same as men, with the addition of monkey boots.
  • What brands were identified with them?Skinheads have been known to wear long-sleeve or short-sleeve button-up shirts or polo shirts by brands such as Ben Sherman, FredPerry, Brutus, Warrior or Jaytex; Lonsdale or Everlast shirts orsweatshirts; collarless granddad shirts; V-neck sweaters; sleevelesssweaters; cardigan sweaters or T-shirts (plain or with text or designsrelated to the skinhead subculture).Some Oi! and hard-core-oriented skinheads wear plain white tank topundershirts, especially in North America. They have also worn fittedblazers; Harrington jackets; bomber jackets; denim jackets (usuallyblue, sometimes splattered with bleach); donkey jackets; Crombie-styleovercoats; sheepskin 3/4-length coats; short macs; monkey jackets;parkas. Traditional skinheads sometimes wear suits, often made out oftwo-tone tonic fabric (shiny mohair-like material that changes colour indifferent light and angles)Many skinheads wear Sta-Prest flat-fronted slacks or other dresstrousers; jeans (normally Levis, Lee or Wrangler); or combat trousers(plain or camouflage).
  • What music do they listen to? The skinhead subculture was originally associated with black popular music genres such as soul, rocksteady and early reggae. The link between skinheads and Jamaican music led to the development of the skinhead reggae genre, performed by artists such as: Desmond Dekker, Derrick Morgan, Laurel Aitken, Symaripand The Pioneers. The most popular music style for late-1970s skinheads was 2 Tone, which was a fusion of ska, rocksteady, reggae, pop and punk rock. Most skins are politically or socially motivated and the music they listen to is a subculture amongst their beliefs. A LOT of people believe skin head are racist however.. Being a skinhead does not make you a racist, its a subculture. There are skinhead groups like S.H.A.R.P and R.A.S.H that are both skinhead groups against racism and fascism. Just putting that out there. Hard-core, punk rock and black metal are some genres that skinheads listen to.